Use Social Media the RIGHT Way (And Win Referrals)

The biggest hurdles attorneys face in successfully using social media are knowing how to develop and share quality content in the right context. Mitch Jackson, a successful California trial lawyer and social media champion, along with several special guests, will share their secrets with you in a LIVE interactive video experience:

  • Learn to educate the legal consumer with the three key principles of social media: share great content in the right context; don’t demand, help; be human and transparent.

  • Pick up proven tips that will help you expand your sphere of influence, build rapport and trust, and develop new referrals.

  • Repurpose the award-winning Let America Know™ newsletter in 10 different ways for multiple social media platforms, including blogs.

FREE Webcast Thursday, April 24

Social Media the RIGHT Way will be presented live on Spreecast, the cutting-edge social video platform, starting at noon central on Thursday, April 24. Plan for 30 to 45 info-packed minutes.


“It’s important you develop a digital footprint and go about doing so the right way. I truly believe that if you’re not embracing the Internet and social media, you may not have a law firm to go to in five years. Get onboard or get run over. What happens next is entirely up to you.” – Mitch Jackson

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Live Video Presentation Featuring ...

Jon Mitchell “Mitch” Jackson, Trial Lawyer and Social Media Champion

Mitch Jackson has been a trial lawyer for 28 years and is a 2013 California Litigation Lawyer of the Year (CLAY Award) and 2009 Orange County Trial Lawyer of the Year.

When he’s not trying cases, Mitch uses social media to help good attorneys become great trial lawyers and to show everyone (not just lawyers) how to communicate with impact. Read more.

Let America Know is endorsed by the American Association for Justice, the Consumer Attorneys of California, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Iowa, Minnesota, New Jersey, Tennessee and Wisconsin Associations for Justice.